Archive for 2006
The town of Bramwell, “the pride of West Virginia’s southern tip,” sprang up almost overnight as a result of the 1800s coal-mining boom. It boasted more millionaires per capita than any other town in this country. It is where all the elite of coal mining (coal land owners, doctors, lawyers, etc.) areas in West Virginia lived.
I am so blessed to have such incredible clients in my life. Rachel and Chris are absolutely beautiful together, energetic, and open to try about anything – including making out on the counter of a diner on a Sunday afternoon. Our session definitely created some amazing imagery and lots of memories that make me smile.
One of my brides introduced me to Merrily Wed, an exceptional event coordinator in Lake Tahoe. It is perfect because she has the same philosophy and approach as our studio and she produces incredible events, which makes our job a lot easier!
If you are considering a destination wedding, Lake Tahoe is a great place. I’ve always wanted to get married there.
Recently, I was selected to be a speaker at WPPI Vegas 2007. I feel incredibly honored. I am really excited about the class and can’t wait to share everything I have learned since starting my business.
Below is title and class description:
Breaking into the Competitive Market of Wedding Photography
This class will highlight my experience as an emerging wedding photographer in New York City. Topics to be covered include: establishing a name and brand, creating and managing your business, pricing structure and product availability, networking, cost-effective marketing, utilizing top national and international publications and gallery spaces, balancing work and personal life, transferring experience from other aspects of photography, and booking brides on the spot during your initial consultation.
For more information and to register, please visit WPPI Vegas 2007
I hope to see some of you there!